“I’d Go” by Sarah P. is OUT NOW! It is the first single of her upcoming EP “Free”, which will be released on her birthday, December 14th, via her own label ERASERESTART). A light-hearted sounding pop song that is a lyrically in-depth. On the release of “I’d Go” Sarah P. states: “”We have to fight together in order to learn how to coexist, how to accept the difference, how to respect our neighbor. Turning to the edges never helped. Believing in one and only theory/God/idea makes you a maniac. Our brains have room for more than that. Science, Religion, Spirituality, Ideas are broad. We should use our brains and our bodies for the best. Why something so logical is so hard to understand?” – (read the full statement here)
“I’d Go” is now available on all digital stores and streaming services.
“I’d Go” is the theme song of MENSCH
But, as always, it’s about more than “just music”: Sarah P. is deeply involved in the charity campaign MENSCH which raises awareness and provides actual help for those who are in need by spreading a simple message: We’re all human.
On the campaign Sarah P. states:
“On “I’d Go” I sing that “yes, I’d go, somewhere to build my home – away from those who stole my light and let me roam”. I also sing that “yes, I’d go and I need to be strong to fight back. They’ll come with knives, they’ll come with stones”. I wrote this song inspired by my immigration. I’m born and raised in Athens, Greece. Since last year, I reside in Berlin, Germany. The last years have been super tough for my country. That’s left people feeling lost. They are disoriented. They are confused. Greeks might not be in an actual war as the Syrians are but they’re in a psychological one[…]. Therefore, I can very much feel with the refugees although I’ve experienced not even a 10% of their struggle.” – (read the full statement here)